Linocut Class: Anne-Marie Perks

Anne-Marie Perks
Inspired by print artist and illustrator Gerry Turley facilitating at the SCBWI Picture Book Retreat this summer, I decided to learn more about lino cut and printmaking. This became part of my own professional development plan that I set myself every year. Sometimes it’s about learning a new skill I need to have for illustrating, animating, or storytelling, or it’s something completely different to shake things
up a bit.

Printmaking isn’t new for me. Like many of us who went to art school, printmaking was one of our required classes. I do remember having lots of fun back then doing monoprints, collagraphs, linocuts and etching. It was a while ago now. When I saw that Nick Morley was offering a three day intensive at the Art Academy at London Bridge, I had to go!  See what I learnt here!

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